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September 11, 2014 Shot in a lighthouse window during a rainstorm, Mirah's newest video, for the song "No Direction Home," is a sultry tale of confusion and longing.
Mirah's new album, Changing Light, comes out May 13.
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May 4, 2014 Nervy and sonically inventive in spots, tender and graceful in others, this is a breakup record that eschews childish outbursts and pointless wallowing.
Clockwise from upper left: Mirah, Brody Dalle, Fennesz, Chet Faker
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April 8, 2014 This week, our hosts share an essential mix filled with song premieres. Hear new music from Mirah's first solo album in five years, Brody Dalle, The Fresh & Onlys, Chet Faker, and more!
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Singer-songwriters Thao and Mirah recently paired up for a new collaborative project and perform together on today's World Cafe.
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July 28, 2011 Singer-songwriters Thao and Mirah play songs from their new collaborative album.
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The indie-folk duo of Thao Nguyen and Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn complement each other perfectly while delving into new territory on their self-titled album together.
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April 17, 2011 Mirah's songs are delicate and intimate, while Thao's work rollicks with raw energy and impeccable chops. But on their new colaborative album, the singers complement each other perfectly.
April 3, 2009 Lots of artists mix digital and acoustic sounds, but Mirah does it with remarkable control and grace. Her songs are never overly produced or overly sentimental. They're just a little dark, with something bubbling quietly beneath humming electronics and gently strummed guitars. See Mirah perform three new songs from her latest album, (A)spera, at the historic Driskill Hotel in Austin, Texas.
March 9, 2009 On this edition of All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen chats with NPR Monitor Mix blogger Carrie Brownstein, producer and Second Stage host Robin Hilton, and Song of the Day editor Stephen Thompson about some of the bands they're most looking forward to seeing at this year's South by Southwest festival in Austin, Tex. Hear music from some great unknown bands, like Sgt. Dunbar and the Hobo Banned, Passion Pit, and The Weird Weeds, plus Jason Lytle of Grandaddy, Mirah, and Ponytail.
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February 9, 2005 Hear an interview with Ron Roeker from the Recording Academy on how the Grammy selection process works, plus music from the Best New Artist category.
September 14, 2004 Experimental folk-tronic from CocoRosie; Canadian country-rockers The Sadies; Brother and sister duo The Fiery Furnaces; Thumbpicking wizard Eddie Pennington and more.
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